The video for Deltoid Exercise Videos (DEX) is one of those videos that’s always been available on YouTube, even though it’s not a “recommended” video.
The original video was posted on March 14, 2010, and it features a trainer and two kids performing exercises like the one shown in the video above.
Here’s what to expect: The trainer walks around with the kids in the chair, and then the kids take turns lifting and holding a deltoids barbell.
At one point, the trainer takes the kids out for a run.
In the next video, the kids are running around, and at the end of the run, the mom takes them back to the chair.
The video is about 4:15 minutes long, so you can watch it and decide for yourself whether it’s a good video to watch.
The other thing you can expect is that the kids will be looking at the trainer while she’s lifting the barbell, and you’ll be watching her work to strengthen the deltoides muscles, according to the description on the DEX site.
That’s where it gets tricky.
The trainer, who has been working as a personal trainer for nearly a decade, has a reputation for working with strong people who have never been trained before, according a description of the video.
But the trainer also has been known to be overly physical with her clients, and she can be quite aggressive with them, according the description.
Here are some other things to watch out for when watching the video: The mom is yelling at the kids to keep their hands up, and the trainer yells at them to not hold the bar up too long.
She yells at the children to keep moving when she lifts the bar.
While the video is supposed to be for the kids, there’s a video for parents who want to watch their children do exercise without the help of the trainer.
“If you have any concerns about your child performing exercises, please get a trainer certified in a supervised exercise program,” the description reads.
Some of the other videos that might have been filmed by the trainer, including one from her son’s birthday party, don’t have a description on YouTube.
There’s no description on those videos either.
But this one is from a 2010 birthday party in Florida, which you can see above.
The description on this video also states that it’s for the parents.
You can see some of the clips that have been uploaded to YouTube, including this one.
It shows a little girl doing a dumbbell squat in the first clip.
She looks nervous.
She doesn’t look ready.
It ends with the trainer yelling at her to stop.
You can see this video from a friend of hers, a woman who’s training to become a personal training professional.
She posted a video of her daughter doing a “dead lift” in 2012.
She said she wasn’t really able to do it at first because she was too nervous, but then the trainer said she could do it, and in the third clip she does the dumbbell bench press.
Here’s the description of this clip on YouTube: “My daughter is 8 years old.
She has been in the gym for 8 years.
My daughter loves to do a dead lift, and I’ve been teaching her to do this for years.
We recently learned how to do some dead lifts on the computer.
My son has been doing this for a while now, but he’s still learning and I’m not sure if he’ll be able to follow through with the dead lift.”
I was interested in seeing how this one would have been received in a different situation, and since it’s just a parent’s perspective, I didn’t want to make it a big deal, because that would have made it seem like the mom was making this video up.
So I did a little research on the trainer herself.
She’s listed as the trainer on YouTube and on the company’s website.
Here she is with the children in the DUX video.
Here, she’s talking to the children about what the videos were for.
Here it is in all its glory, with her face on the screen.
I thought it was interesting that there were some videos that were tagged “proud mom” and “praised mom.”
There’s a lot of pride, I think, in having a parent who is working with you.
As for whether the videos are actually safe for your kids, that’s a different question.
It’s important to be careful not to get too comfortable with the trainers you have on your side, since they can be a little bit of a bully.
They may be very vocal and aggressive.
You want to be on your guard, and don’t fall into that trap.
Here is a list of the videos that the Dox has posted, with a note that